Alejandro's (Klein) Adroit 1992 Green Gator Target sub < 7Kg

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Seller is experienced :shock: , he also has many other too much valueble pieces.

I just purchased to him also the NOS Tioga DDR (see attcahed pic) and I paid so well, my lady :cool:

Now Im'm sad, Magne (the one who sells the beauties Attitude's here and there on ebay) is not responding me to my Whatsapp, he didnt get my calls :cry:


PD: I'm Alejandro Martin
 

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Today received, original NOS Tinker Juarez 1992 shifters.

The Campagnolo ones (I like better Italia than Japan sorry, jiji, I'm from EU)

By looking at 1992 catalogue, see attached pic, the shifters of the Campagnolo Record OR brand (OR = O.R. = Off Road) where branded as "Icarus"
 

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Here you can see in its full glory, weight only 142 gr !! lighter than what I previously expected (157 gr).

I updated my total estimated weight of Alejandro's Adroit Gator 1992 in first page topic

PD: I expect for today receive the Adroit Gator 1992 Size 19" lovely frameset.
I will post
 

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Hotwheels.

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The Campagnolo ones (I like better Italia than Japan sorry, jiji, I'm from EU) -- So why the Shimano parts?

I'm sure weight could be saved here:
0.027 gr --- Crank fixing bolts: Shimano** -- Use SRP alloy or titanium
0.207 gr --- Cassette: Shimano XTR CS M950 (11-30)** -- Use titanium cassette: Tioga/Action Tec/Boone or aluminium: Real
0.317 gr --- Chain: Shimano IG70 (106)** -- Use full titanium chain.

It will be uber light but modern parts will ruin the looks (in my opinion). :(

So glad you bought the DDP, it was killing me seeing it every day. :)
 

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Magpiegifts":nu28sjom said:
That's one sweet looking Klein.

Love Klein's,the durethane paint is to die for!

I only have one Klein left now, later type, miss my old school attitude!!!


Im jealous,you appear to have $$$ to be able to buy whatever you please, means that this builds has the potential to be awesome.
Will be watching with interest.

Good job my friend. Well done

My thoughts too - unlimited budget and a goal in mind - this is what makes it all the more interesting and enjoyable

I’m not keen on the look to be honest - as it’s subjective - but no doubt this will be a killer machine
 

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Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
The Campagnolo ones (I like better Italia than Japan sorry, jiji, I'm from EU) -- So why the Shimano parts?

Seems lighter than Italians, altought not sure at all

Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
I'm sure weight could be saved here:
0.027 gr --- Crank fixing bolts: Shimano** -- Use SRP alloy or titanium

Probably same weight. If you can provide a link or better a purchase link or ebay or other web betterso this way I will buy and compare

Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
0.207 gr --- Cassette: Shimano XTR CS M950 (11-30)** -- Use titanium cassette: Tioga/Action Tec/Boone or aluminium: Real

Acording to *1)Weights even more or around the same:
*1)Tioga Titanium Cassete 228 gr https://weightweenies.starbike.com/foru ... hp?t=24168
2*) Action Tec is 240 gr https://weightweenies.starbike.com/list ... =cassettes

Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
0.317 gr --- Chain: Shimano IG70 (106)** -- Use full titanium chain.
I must check, can you help me with weight numbers, for a valid and proper MTB chain

Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
It will be uber light but modern parts will ruin the looks (in my opinion). :(
But going for the best of the best, I think a mix (hybrid) is the best, so having the retro components, with lighest setup

Hotwheels.":2q4umj7i said:
So glad you bought the DDP, it was killing me seeing it every day. :)

A upcoming used DD (no NOS, used) I'm fighting for me to be able to get as well


PD: I love the tinker shifters, but I must confess that they are super hard to use / move the dials
 

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